Winda 195/50R15 for Passenger Car Tires EU Standard Semi Steel Radial Tyre Passenger Car Tires

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Asymmetric pattern design provides different zoom function and strong grip. Asymmetric pattern design helps increase sidewall outer contact area to enhance grip for confident maneuvering and tread even wearing during tire turning.

 

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Q:Low tire pressure?
Tire Pressure Low
Q:Tubeless tyres?
Tires might be correct in the United States. Although it was Charles Goodyear who invented vulcanised rubber in 1844, it was John Dunlop, a Scottish vet, who invented the first pneumatic tyre in 1888. Since then, we in Britain spell it Tyre. Whichever way you spell it, it sounds the same so who cares? :-) Tubeless tyres offer several advantages, many of them to do with safety, the rest performance. If you took a heavy rubber basket ball and jammed a nail in it, it would deflate, but relatively slowly. If you jammed a nail in an inflated balloon, however, the balloon would explode. If you think about it, the integrity of your tyre/tire with a tube depended on a millimetre or so (fraction of an inch for our esteemed transatlantic allies) of easily penetrable rubber. Tubeless tyres/tires (can I just spell it the way I was taught in school?), as a previous poster has pointed out, will not explosively deflate instead deflating relatively slowly, allowing the driver to bring his vehicle to a halt before the tyre shreds or leaves the rim at which point, if you were still going at a fair lick, disaster would normally ensue. The other problem with tubed tyres is friction between the tube and the tyre. This generates heat. While most cars pootled about at 50 or so and were rarely driven at sustained high speeds, this wasn't so much of a problem as what heat was generated, could be dissipated. As speeds increased, however, heat generated became quite significant causing an increase in pressure as the air contained within expanded and local, and dramatic failures as hot spots developed. A tubeless tyre does not generate that kind of friction so can run faster. In addition, the lack of friction reduced rolling resistence and the absence of a tube reduced unsprung weight all of which improved performance and economy. Tubed tyres still have their applications, but not for modern, fast road use.
Q:Is there any crack in the car tires?
If the tires are aging (for example, there are countless small cracks in the tread or the bead of the tread that are about to hurt the carcass), it is necessary to replace the tire in time, no matter how long the tire is used and how much it is worn. use.
Q:Tires from car manufacturer?
tires let loose for a variety of reasons.....the tires that the manufacturer puts on your car are the same as if you went and bought that brand and model at your local tire shop......it could've been a manufacturer defect in the tire or you could have run over something...... tire rotation doesn't matter as long as your alignment is good......do you drive over rough road alot??....your tires will not last as long as if the roads you travel are smooth and pothole free.......BTW: tire rotation can actually cause your alignment to go even further out by moving a tire with uneven tread to a hub that is aligned will pull that hub out of alignment to accomodate the uneven treadwear.........the cure for uneven treadwear is proper inflation and alignment.........you should also replace your tires in pairs whenever possible to ensure your alignment stays true!!!
Q:How much is a car tires?
The price of car tires because the brand is not the same, the price is not the same, the price level and the rubber production is also directly related. Tire specifications are much higher prices.
Q:What is the difference between snow tires?
Snow tires have nail looking things coming out of the thread area and should only be used on ice and snow conditions. You can use the regular tires and just use snow chains that can be installed and removed very easily when needed. This way there is no need to keep switching the tires/wheels when you have to drive in ice/snow conditions. Snow chains come in different style and materials. Go down to the local VW dealer and see what they are selling and how much it costs. Then search on the internet for the best price. Sometimes the dealer price is not that much different. Remember, always use approved VW parts for the least amount of problem.
Q:how is a tyre patched?
Tire Patch: 1. Remove tire/wheel assemble from vehicle, mark tire at valve stem area so that tire can be mounted in same spot so not to require to be balanced 2. Find puncture and remove object, marking location of puncture. 3. Bleed air from tire, then seperatre tire from wheel 4. Clean inside of tire at puncture area, sand smooth. 5. Glue and patch puncture. 6. Replace tire on rim, set bead and fill tire to proper pressure. 7. Mount on vehicle. Start car: 1. Get inside car, insert key into ignition 2. hold brake and clutch (if manual and place in neutral) and turn key to start. 3. Release key, brake and clutch 4. Do whatever you want, drive off, let idle to warm up Change gear: push in clutch, make gear selection, release clutch (more to it than that, but it will make it happen
Q:PS how to car tires do car dynamic, there are filters?
Elliptical tool to circle the tire - filter - fuzzy - radial blur (rotation, size selected 45%) - filter - style - wind (choose "wind" pay attention to the direction of the wind), edit - Fade to the wind (to reduce the line to 40% to make it more natural)
Q:are tires aftermarket?
"Aftermarket"=Parts not built be the Manufacture of the Car (In the car of cars) and therefore that makes Tires (Even the ones on the Car when you bought it) Aftermarket.
Q:Will the tire tires in the running tire cause a puncture?
Look at luck
The company has successfully passed through certificates of ISO9001quality management system,China national C.C.C. and DOT,ECE,G.C.C.,Imetro and etc.Due to an excellent quality and performance of tires.The company's BOTO brand tires is very popular in the country and exported to over 90 countries and regions across the world.

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